*** Acoustic ****
01) [04:26] intro, Dire Wolf
02) [08:14] I Know You Rider
03) [04:03] Silver Threads & Golden Needles
04) [03:59] Friend Of The Devil
05) [01:14] stage banter
06) [03:39] Me & My Uncle
07) [07:05] Black Peter
08) [00:40] stage banter
09) [07:23] New Speedway Boogie
*** Electric ***
10) [05:53] #Cold Rain & Snow
11) [01:04] stage banter
12) [08:30] Easy Wind
13) [01:24] stage banter
14) [02:44] Mama Tried
15) [00:52] stage banter
*** Electric (cont) ***
01) [01:59] Cryptical Envelopment->
02) [00:39] Drums->
03) [09:37] That's It For The Other One->
04) [09:58] Cryptical Envelopment->
05) [07:39] Attics Of My Life
06) [07:05] Hard To Handle
07) [12:52] It's A Man's World
08) [06:43] Uncle John's Band
09) [06:35] St. Stephen->
10) [05:26] Casey Jones
Total time: 01:08:33 h:m:s
The audience tape supplies the following segments missing on the SBD
- the intro and Dire Wolf
- the first 0:20 of New Speedway Boogie
- 2:53 - 3:23 of New Speedway Boogie
- the first 0:53 of Cold Rain & Snow
- PA test banter between Cold Rain & Snow and Easy Wind
- 2:27 to 6:17 of Easy Wind
- 8:59 of Cryptical reprise to 5:38 of Attics Of My Life (with a cut in the AUD tape at 9:31 of Cryptical reprise)
- the first 0:26 of St. Stephen
All of these patches were done by Hanno Bunjes in January '02 (with Uli Teute supplying the AUD tape) except the second patch in New Speedway Boogie, which was done by Jack Warner in April '03 with tape supplied by Jim Powell.
DAE and FLAC encoding by Marc Evans (February '05)
July 26, 2013 Subject:
i wonder if the sound guy was dosed, its kinda funny and sad.. for Bear, sorry. wicked performance despite the problems. the aud patches of course come at peak moments, but at least we still hear it. i just start getting used to it then it comes back. very enjoyable!
July 26, 2013 Subject:
You have Easy Wind and Man's World together in one show.
Saint Stephen is fully jammed out.
6/6 electric and 6/4 acoustic are preferred for this stand though.
August 12, 2009 Subject:
The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live On Stage" June 5, 1970, at the Fillmore West, San Francisco, California, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
I think these guys were still losing money for Warner Brothers in 1970...
Performing before the hometown crowd the DEAD kick it in gear and prove they have what it takes to rule the underground.
Here they are, the scariest band in 1970...
I highly recommend adding this show to your 1970 GRATEFUL DEAD collection.
The "Original" GRATEFUL DEAD.
If you weren't alive in 1970 you can't imagine it. California had the best schools in the country in 1970...now they have the worst...ah, progress.
I recommend using your EQ during playback of most of the shows on the IA, this one included.
Windows Media Player has a 10 band EQ and SRS WOW effects that enhance the sound.
Here's one way to stream/dowload this show:
The IA recommends users of Windows XP view this web-page with RealPlayer.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Source: Partial SBD Recording; 7 Inch Half Track Reel Master @ 7.5 ips(Recorded By Bear on a Sony 770 Reel Deck)-1st Generation(TDK SAX-100 cassette)Dick Latvala(Master Reel Playback on a Technics 1506 Reel 2 Reel-Tascam 122 MK111 Cassette Deck No dolby); Analog to Digital(Cassettes on Nakamichi Dragon-Sony PCM-R700 DAT @ 44.1KHz by Jim Wise); DAT X Zero play back on a Sony PCM R-500-Digital Audio Labs Carddeluxe-WAV @ 16/44.1KHz; Editing(Adobe Audition CC)-Mastering & Processing(iZotope Ozone 6)-FLAC encoding(dBpoweramp)-Tagging(Tag & Re-name) Jim Wise
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Source: Recording Info: SBD > MR > ? > DAT; Transfer Info: DAT > Sony D8 > WAV > Sound Forge 10 > TLH > FLAC; Upgrade of existing SBD source. First four tracks are stereo, balance of show is 2 track MONO. Transferred, tracked and mastered by Bill Guarneri, August 18, 2014